Series: Horseclans

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The Coming of the Horseclans by Robert AdamsBook 1
Swords of the Horseclans by Robert AdamsBook 2
Revenge of the Horseclans by Robert AdamsBook 3
A Cat of Silvery Hue by Robert Adams4
The Savage Mountains by Robert AdamsBook 5
The Patrimony by Robert Adams6
Horseclans Odyssey by Robert Adams7
The Death of a Legend by Robert AdamsBook 8
The Witch Goddess by Robert Adams9
Bili the Axe by Robert Adams10
Champion of the Last Battle by Robert Adams11
A Woman of the Horseclans by Robert Adams12
Horses of the North by Robert Adams13
A Man Called Milo Morai by Robert Adams14
The Memories of Milo Morai by Robert Adams15
Trumpets of War by Robert AdamsBook 16
Madman's Army by Robert AdamsBook 17
Clan of the Cats by Robert AdamsBook 18
Friends of the Horseclans by Robert Adamsshort stories
Friends of the Horseclans II by Robert Adamsshort stories
Tales of the Horseclans by Robert AdamsOmnibus 1,2,3
The Horseclans - 5 Book Boxed Gift Pack by Robert Adams5 book box set

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Series description

Horseclans has several arcs within the post apocalyptic world that has devolved into one heavily themed in the middle ages. Some men now talk to horses with their minds, and others are virtually immortal.

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